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City programs, initiatives and services are aimed at sustainably meeting the needs of the residents of Kingston.

Residents count on the City of Kingston to support their day-to-day activities with a wide variety of services including waste, recycling and Green Bin collection, public transit, recreation facilities, cultural resources, and community services.

City and Utilities Kingston staff work together to sustainably build and maintain municipal infrastructure, including: roads, sidewalks, pathways, traffic and parking infrastructure, sewage and water treatment facilities and City-operated buildings.

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More than 30,000 trips on Kingston Transit on Tragically Hip Day

August 25, 2016 - Kingston Transit set a one-day ridership record on Tragically Hip Day. Kingston Transit counted 29,700 trips by riders taking advantage of its free bus service on...

Inner Harbour and Williamsville North residents invited to fill out on-street permit parking survey

August 17, 2016 - Residents in the Inner Harbour and Williamsville North neighbourhoods are invited to provide additional input into on-street permit parking options by filling out a survey...

DocuPet goes door-to-door to raise awareness of need to license pets

August 16, 2016 - DocuPet, which runs the online pet licensing program for the City of Kingston, is going door-to-door in an awareness campaign about the need to license cats and dogs in the...

Prevent basement flooding during heavy rains

August 15, 2016 - With up to 50 mm of rain forecast for Tuesday, Aug. 16,  customers are reminded that any basement is at risk of flooding, even if it's never happened before.  Take...

City to treat selected ash trees due to emerald ash borer

August 8, 2016 - This week, crews will begin treating City of Kingston-owned ash trees to protect them from the emerald ash borer infestation. "Selected ash trees are being treated every...

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